Google, China, Censorship & e-Commerce

In a recent post on Forbes.com, Andy Greenberg presented a timely and thorough explanation of all that’s at stake for the world’s largest online commerce engine, in the world’s largest country… much at stake for international business strategists who are advising their clients to enter China and tap the fast-growing middle-class consumer sector.

The U.S. government, advocating on Google’s behalf, is moving forward with a sound strategy: “…It is also becoming increasingly apparent that censorship has implications for trade between nations. A Google official in 2010 pointed out that free trade principles should clearly apply to the Internet…”

Who better to support in the fight for free and open trade than Google, who’s enabling businesses of all sizes and locations to build and sustain a global trade strategy?

Read more here: http://blogs.forbes.com/andygreenberg/2010/11/18/congress-commission-echoes-google-chinas-censorship-is-trade-barrier/?boxes=Homepagechannels

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